Okay, so working on the next book vs. movie took longer than I thought it would and I ran out of time yesterday. Today and Saturday I have a booked schedule. I’ll try to get the next one up as soon as I can. Sorry for the delay, have an Everlasting Gobstopper to tide you over.
Let them know how awesome they are because you never know when they might need to hear it.
In this corner, from 1967, written by William F. Nolan & George Clayton Johnson, weighing in at 148 pages we have…
It’s the story of Logan 3, a Deep Sleep man, who is unhappy with his life. All around him are things for his pleasure, “Come here and get some drugs!” “Over here you can have sex with any of these girls!” That sort of thing. But something inside him is gnawing away at him, he feels unfulfilled, he’s almost twenty-one and has yet to do anything truly spectacular with his life.
You know the one.
The one where you wake up at three in the morning and can’t get back to sleep, so you get up to take the trash to the curb. Then you call your husband to see if he’s having a better day, only to hear that no, he’s not. Continue reading “Just One of Those Days”
Of a plastic figurine.
I was driving home the other day when I remembered this movie, and that it was a book adaptation. I hadn’t read the book, in fact, I only read it yesterday, but I remembered liking this movie when I was a kid. I kind of regret it now, since I can appreciate the implications of pulling someone from their world and time and bringing them to yours with the added disadvantage of them only being about three inches tall. So without further ado, I give you… Continue reading “A Week In The Life…”
I’m going to start by saying; I’m not the biggest fan of romance novels. I take a very practical view of love, it’s not shiny, and it doesn’t make me misty eyed and weak in the knees. Don’t get me wrong it’s a great thing to love and feel loved, but the over sensationalized love and “true love” irritates me.
So with that being said, I grabbed all the books that I have, that have been adapted into a movie, and since it’s February I decided to start with… Continue reading “Time After Time”
And I’m a day late.
I have my excuse ready:
I started running yesterday. I was forty-six percent sure I died in the middle of the park yesterday. Upon waking up today that percent has jumped up to a seventy-two.
But I was finally able to find the movie to go along with the first book so that should be coming later today.